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My Grades Before & After Smoking Weed

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by Drugs Bunny, Aug 17, 2012.

  1. #1 Drugs Bunny, Aug 17, 2012
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    I took 4 subjects which will be listed, below are the times where I was working very hard in class and not smoking weed at all with high attendance

    Business - A (80/80) - Full marks
    Sociology - D (43/80)
    Economics - E (45/100)
    Psychology - E (48/100)


    Business - A (120/120)
    Sociology - A (96/120)
    Economics - A (88/100)
    Pyschology - B (72/100)

    I used to go in college every day after a good nights sleep (remember that), I'd go to every lesson on time with all the right equipment and i'd get the most I could out of the day. I'd go home and study for hours in fun, sometime's i'd set a sober time of say 1-2 hours and from then on I would smoke and just study for my own benefit.

    At night i'd smoke more, eventually i'd fall asleep and i'd get a good nights rest for the next day.

    Anybody here use weed to help them study or do better at work?

    Btw: Grades in the UK are A,B,C,D,E and then a fail
  2. Wasnt aware that E was a letter grade..
  3. yea the fuck is e? Lol, thats cool tho op weeds helped ya alot.
  4. you want a sticker?
  5. Looks like you need to start smoking a little more weed to get that Psychology grade up. I recommend doing it right before class begins.
  6. Yo! I remember my friend saying that back i highschool, but somehow he ended up dropping out? I wonder why?

  7. What are you rambling about?
  8. if i get high take the test high ill get a high score.
  9. how is 72/100 a B & 88/100 an A?

  10. The grade boundaries change from year to year in the UK, it's averaged on the data of everyone's results, so if it's a hard paper, the grade boundaries will be lower.
  11. Yeah what is an E? I haven't gotten those since elementary school lol.Sent from my iPhone using Grasscity Forum
  12. #14 Omega369, Jan 31, 2014
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    Lol @ EAll we have in Canada isAB C+CC-FOmega369 :wave:
  13. How is a 72/100 a B and not a CSent from my iPhone using Grasscity Forum
  14. Actually though this is interesting because I went to a few classes high today something I practically never do and I'm realizing now that I paid more attention and was more involved in the classes than normalUsually I just sit there and day dreamSent from my iPhone using Grasscity Forum
  15. Nice mate
  16. How is that any different to A, B, C, D, E?
  17. Good on you for getting those grades up! :yay:
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